March 13, 2010
Panel 1: "At which point I'll add this canoe to the list of inanimate objects I have mistreated in unspeakable ways on this trip."
Panel 2: "In other words, you be the bait. Please ignore the fact that bait is typically killed in the process of catching fish."
Panel 3: You know, Mark could have had Buzz change shirts back at the Grable dock. But, of course, that would have permitted Jan to see Buzz's rippling torso, which, given his alpha-manliness, would likely have sent her into paroxysms of ecstasy, whereupon she would probably have torn off her bathing suit and thus subjected Mark to the nauseating sight of the naked female body and its various erogenous zones. Mark, of course, wanted to avoid this profoundly debilitating series of events and, thus, conveniently "forgot" to tell Buzz to change his shirt.
March 12, 2010
Panel 1:He's a real politician? What the fuck is that supposed to mean? He's not a wax facsimile of a politician in Madame Tussuad's museum? He's not an actor playing a politician on TV? What?
Panel 2:And let the wacky hi-jinx begin!
March 11, 2010
Panel 1:"And, hopefully, you'll be dressed in something as revealing and sexy as that bathing suit you stole off the corpse of Betty Grable!"
Panel 2:Having tired of Ranger Buzz's attempts to woo Jan Grable, Mark returns to violating this sleeping bag.
Panel 3:"Clank...clunk....grind..." That's the sound of Mark's brain striving to make a connection between the various clues concerning the Parker Brothers, Senator Wallace, and the restaurant.